Wines of Croatia News Round-Up for February 5, 2012


In case you missed anything, here is a round-up of the latest links to the news articles, blog posts and videos that highlighted Croatia, its wine or wine culture.

 

1. Sittastings.com: PC Wines and Croatian Wines

January 30, 2012

A profile of UK importer Pacta Connect and its involvement in the SITT tasting, which is designed specifically for “wine buyers from the independent on and off trade, and for press visitors interested in ‘real’ wines.” Clai and Coronica are just a few of the “real” wines PC Wines represents that will be on hand at the upcoming tasting.

 

 2. Examiner: Croatia – Sensual Nirvana, Part 1

January 30, 2012

A few scrumptious observations about Croatia’s food and wine culture by a group of 15 cyclists pedaling through Dalmatia.

 

 

3. Wine Trail Traveler: Vina Croatia

January 31, 2012

Whimsical tasting notes – presented in 17-syllable haiku format – of Croatian wines tasted at the 2012 International Wine Tourism Conference in Umbria, Italy.

 

 

4. Grainger’s Wine Blog: Croatia Wines

January 31, 2012

A group that usually focuses on “natural wines made by a small number of selected boutique wine producers in the Loire Valley of France” took a turn off the beaten path and discovered the wines of Croatia.

 

 

5. Vinologue: Enjoying Plovac Mali and Other Croatian Islandisms

February 3, 2012

A little lesson on the quirks of island dialect and grapes of another name.

 

 

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